Müge Haseki

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We present a user study involving 80 participants in 40 pairs about the implications of four time-space conditions in a collaborative information seeking task, namely: co-located, remotely located with text chat, remotely located with audio chat, and asynchronous. Results suggest that when individuals are co-located, their search behaviors tend to overlap(More)
There is scarce research on how working teams adjust themselves to external conditions such as time. It is crucial to understand how teams deal with such circumstances so as to provide resources for them. We present a diary study, which focuses on the complete life spans of collaboration of four research teams. Each team of two was assigned to choose a(More)
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